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CSA: Children With Sexual Behavior Problems

on January 12, 2012

In my (higher than average but not expert) studies on childhood sexual abuse, I understand that best practices with terminology are “children with sexual behavior problems.”  To label them as offenders or perpetrators is probably not the best use of terms.  Children with sexual behavior problems who receive treatment have a very low recidivism rate.  They are a different breed from adults who are sexual offenders or perpetrators. –Joy

“Children Are Often Sexual Abuse Offenders To Other Children”

Uploaded by on Dec 1, 2011
Diane Cranley, the Founder & President of TAALK, talks about how children can often be the sexual offender to other children. Diane discusses how TAALK’s new CSA Best Practices for Youth-Serving Organizations will teach organizations how to protect the children in their care from being abused not by child molesters but also by other children in the program as well.


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